Lawlen Way

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Connecting the guest house to the main residence is a unique aerial walkway winding for 300 feet with views of the city below. Add in an 8-car subterranean garage and a spa building recessed into the hillside and you have a property that is anything but commonplace.

Thrasher Avenue

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Even upon walking onto the property via the elevated entrance walkway, the city lights come into view beyond the cantilevered pool of this massive 2-story residence. Wide spans and glass walls help this hilltop residence push the envelope of what it means to have an open floorplan.

Royal St. George

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What sets this contemporary Newport Beach home apart from the rest of the class is its seamless integration of exposed structural elements into the architectural design. With exposed CMU walls, wide-flange columns, and a custom pyramid skylight, this property bridges the gap between minimal and modern.

Carillo

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An innovative cantilevered CMU fireplace coupled with minimal framework and large spans maximize the aesthetics in the open floor plan of this hillside residence.

Mystique

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This traditional residence is accentuated by a large courtyard encircled by elegant arches and elevated walkways that connect the main living residence with front guest rooms, the gym, and the gentleman’s lounge.

St. Ann's Building

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The building is a 3-condominum structure with modern cottage architecture. Shoring was required to support the street and adjacent property. Ocean views can be enjoyed from every level with large decks. The property is located on the sand in beautiful Laguna Beach.